If Lover were about five tracks shorter, it'd probably be Taylor Swift's best album yet.
Part-man/part-meme Oliver Tree continues to find common ground between pop rock, rap, and electropop.
Flamboyant is a distillment of what has made bubblegum bass so interesting over the past few years, as well as an apt commentary on gender politics.
Clarity is a likable pop album that is carried by Kim Petras' singing chops, though I'm hoping to hear her develop a bolder and more distinct sound going forward.
Yeah, this is about as bad as The Click... maybe worse.
She Is Coming is another Miley mess.
1000 gecs contains the weirdest and wildest combinations of sounds I've heard this year.
It's a shame that the popularity and promotion behind Billie Eilish has poisoned the well a bit, as When We All Fall Asleep is actually an artful, well-crafted, and unique pop album.